Bret's was good but also disappointing. Maybe I shouldnt have been surprised but he really just comes off as a high school jock who tries to sound smart or wise. On top of that he is so desperate for validation. Every opportunity he has he is trying to put himself over even with really insignificant stuff. "I tied my shoes this morning and person X said he had never seen someone tie there shoes so well before." Thats obviously not an exact quote but the book is filled with that sprt of chatter. Props to him for his honesty, but his stock actually dropped in my eyes. In contrast with dynamite who was also brutally honest in his book but doesn't try to put himself on any pedestal or have any agenda for trying to get himself over or be validated.
Ive heard multiple times that stan hansen's is really good as well. Its on my list to read.
I loved Bret's book but the part where he says that referee Joey Marella had randomly told him the night before he died that he was the best worker he'd ever seen while checking his hands before a match had me chuckling a bit..
Shawn's book was ok but you can tell he didn't want to be too honest because he was such a piece of shit in his heyday that the stories would make him look incredibly bad today. Too many stories that leave you hanging which he doesn't go into details because of "bad memory"